Microsoft today released a new 20H1 build of Windows 10 to Insiders in the Fast Ring. Build 18898 comes with a couple of minor new features along with fixes and improvements.
Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 Build 18895 to Insiders in the Fast ring. This update comes with the fixed Your Phone app, along with a number of bugfixes.
Microsoft is releasing a new Windows 10 build 18894 to Insiders in the Fast ring. This release represents the upcoming 20H1 branch of Windows 10. It comes with updates made to File Explorer, along with a number of fixes (and issues).
Microsoft is releasing a new build from the 20H1 development branch. Build 18890 doesn't including new features; it comes with a number of fixes only.
Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 Build 18885 which represents Windows 10 "20H1". This build comes with a number of fixes and minor improvements. It is released along with a special cumulative update for Build 18362.53 that resolves the 0x80242016 error that was preventing users from upgrading the OS to Build 18875.
Windows 10 Build 18875 is the latest Insider Preview build at the moment of this writing. Microsoft has released it to Insiders in both Fast Ring and Skip Ahead. Unfortunately, there is some issue with this build, so many users are getting Error 0x80242016. It appears as 'error 0x80242016: Windows 10 Insider Preview 18875.1000 (rs_prerelease)' from WindowsUpdateClient in the event log. Here is a fix.
As you may remember, Microsoft has merged Skip Ahead and Fast Rings. Both rings now receiving builds from the 20H1 development branch. Today, the company released Windows 10 Build 18875 to Skip Ahead and Fast Ring Insiders. Here are the changes in this release.
Yet another build is out to Insiders who opted in to the Skip Ahead ring of the Windows 10 preview program. This build doesn't include new features. Instead, it comes with a huge number of fixes.
Yet another build is out to Insiders who opted in to the Skip Ahead ring of the Windows 10 preview program. The key change in this build are typing improvements.
Microsoft is releasing a new build from the development branch. Insiders who opted in to Skip Ahead are getting Windows 10 Build 18855. For a specific reason, this build is coming from the 20H1 development branch, and not from 19H2, as was expected. Let's see what's new in this release.